Directors and Management

"The last couple of years has had a devastating effect on global health and economies and Australia has not been left out.  Here in Western Australia and in particular the Pilbara, the Board and the Organisation have remained committed to our focus of ensuring the overall health and well-being of our people, clients and the communities we serve and have satisfactorily overcome most of the issues presented with strict Government compliance led by the Chief Executive Officer and her Management Team.

We are very proud to be associated with this long standing organisation that is committed to providing such high quality services, employment and growth opportunities for its people and the Board will continue to build and strengthen the business with enthusiasm and drive.

We will continue to build organisational excellence in our people, our systems and processes whilst adhering to a policy of strict regulatory compliance.”

"Our work defines our vision"

MK - Small
Maureen Kelly OAM
AL - Small
Alana Lockyer
CR - Small
Clarrie Robinson
LP - Small
Linda Parker
DW - Small
Donny Wilson
NP - Small
Natalie Parker
Honorary Lifetime Member
Lindsay Lockyer
Sadly Lindsay passed away in November 2019.
Rachael Christensen
Chief Executive Officer

Rachael has extensive experience in a leadership role having managed her own business for many years prior to joining Pilbara Meta Maya Regional Aboriginal Corporation, where she has remained for over 13 years primarily as the CEO.

Rachael has a particularly strong focus on finance and keeps everyone accountable. She has strong commercial/business acumen and has led the organisation through its largest growth phase, reinvesting profits to achieve the objectives of the Corporation.

As the Chief Executive Officer, Rachael has overall responsibility for the Group and has invested in accreditations, systems and personnel.  

Responsible to the Board, Rachael ensures that the Group is governed in accordance with ORIC and the Group's Rulebook.

Rachael is passionate about the organisation ensuring compliance of process and procedure at every level.

The COVID-19 pandemnic has put more than usual strain on the organisation, especially being able to deliver essential and community focussed services working around the FIFO staff on board the organisation.  Flexibility has been key and abiding by Government guidelines has been imperative, this has been managed by Rachael ensuring that both our people and the communities we service are safe.

"You are in good hands"

Dee Broadmore
Chief Organisation Development Officer

Dee has over 35 years’ experience in the Corporate market place both in Australia and in Europe.  Her legal background of 17 years underpins her ability to negotiate contracts and agreements. An integration expert with a strong commercial focus, Dee has spent most of her career advising Boards and Senior Management Groups on Resource Planning and Retention, as well as business development, strategic marketing, process creation and information management.

Working with a not for profit for over 8 years Dee has been instrumental in ensuring its diversity and high profile, with responsibilities for strategic marketing at the Group level and the development of Meta Maya Environmental and Meta Maya Construction.

Tertiary educated, Dee has in her career developed business models and built effective and efficient teams in sales, service, consulting and operations which in turn has increased revenue, profile and profit. She is an advocate for development and change, having implemented numerous strategies at a people and organisational level. 

"Trust only the Best"

Sam Modica
Chief Financial Officer

Sam has over 30 years of domestic and international experience with companies in the oil and gas sector as well as marine and rail transportation sectors.

Sam has been responsible for all aspects of financial reporting, taxation, governance, compliance, budgeting and forecasting, contract negotiation, supply chain, capital raising, debt structures and business strategy for new and established businesses. Having held senior positions in Australia and abroad, Sam is acutely aware of the challenges that organisations face in every day operation. He has been involved in multiple startups around the world as well as guiding established companies in stablising and re-building shareholder value. 

Sam has assisted Not for Profit Organisations in the Education, Aged Care and Sporting sectors by specifically undertaking reviews of business protocols and recommending improvement opportunities.

Sam is a Fellow of the Certified Practising Accountants of Australia and a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Sam has held Non Executive Board positions in Australia and Singapore.

"We believe in satisfaction not apology"